Lisa Book Shelf: Children Books to add

Gratitude Is Your Superpower: A Book About Being Thankful and Embracing Positivity

Show them the power of looking on the bright side—an introduction to gratitude for kids 5 to 7

Learning to appreciate the good things, both big and little, is an important step in growing up—and it’s never too early to help little ones build those skills. This beautifully illustrated storybook teaches young kids how to practice gratitude and keep a positive mindset through simple, real-life scenarios that are easy for them to understand. It’s written with clear language for adults to read aloud, and features discussion questions and activities that encourage kids to talk about what they learned and use it every day.

Go beyond other gratitude books for kids with:

  • Gratitude heroes—Little superheroes Grace and Guillermo model easy, age-appropriate ways for kids to be more grateful every day.
  • Ways to set a good example—Kids will learn how to express thanks, how being kind can make them happier, and how to inspire others to feel grateful, too.
  • A lifetime of good feelings—These tips, reflections, and games will help kids develop healthy skills that they’ll use for the rest of their lives.

Teach kids to feel good about the world around them with a fun and friendly book about the importance of gratitude.

All About Dad and Me: A Journal for Fathers and Daughters

Deepen your connection to your 8- to 12-year-old daughter using this fun, encouraging journal

From sharing embarrassing stories to describing your perfect day, this dad journal is an opportunity for you and your daughter to learn about each other through writing exercises that encourage honesty, humor, and understanding.

This guided journal will help you strengthen the bond between you and your teen girl with:

  • A range of thought-provoking prompts―Father-daughter relationships are rewarding, but they can also be an emotional roller coaster at times. Both dad and daughter will answer the same questions, from lighthearted entries to deeper questions about your lives, to help you learn about each other’s inner world.
  • Age-appropriate topics―Explore each other’s lives with subjects that girls ages 8 to 12 will find interesting. For example, the best part about being a kid, what she wants to be when he grows up, and her favorite subject in school.
  • A perfect place for sharing―This beautifully crafted memory journal will help you both gain a whole new perspective. You’ll learn things she may be too embarrassed to talk about in person, and she’ll love discovering new things about you and what you were like when you were her age.

Order the All About Dad and Me journal to get closer to your daughter and create a keepsake you’ll both treasure for years to come.

On My Shelf :

Both of these books are great addition to your collection of children books. Well written and a joy to read and share. I highly recommend adding them to your library or giving as a gift….. Lisa

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